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An Overview on Fintech in UK: Learning Points for The Indian Companies


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1 Assistant Professor, Acharya Bangalore B- School, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
2 Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Park’s College, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, India
3 Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
 

Internationally Fintech’s rise especially in the UK and it aims to improve public access to online financial transactions, raise financial literacy, and achieve financial inclusion. The goal of this research paper is to discover the UK’s fintech strategies and how it can be applied to Indian settings. Fintech is required to strike the correct balance between consumer protection and financial stability, while also offering enough incentives for Fintech innovation. Previous studies have attracted regulators and law workers, entrepreneurs, and investors who participated in technology applied in the field of innovative financial services in India. The strategies of UK also help to Indian economy to grow further.

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Fintech, Strategies and Opportunities
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Authors

Sreeanandan
Assistant Professor, Acharya Bangalore B- School, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
A, Baranipriya
Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Park’s College, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, India
G. Jayanthi
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Internationally Fintech’s rise especially in the UK and it aims to improve public access to online financial transactions, raise financial literacy, and achieve financial inclusion. The goal of this research paper is to discover the UK’s fintech strategies and how it can be applied to Indian settings. Fintech is required to strike the correct balance between consumer protection and financial stability, while also offering enough incentives for Fintech innovation. Previous studies have attracted regulators and law workers, entrepreneurs, and investors who participated in technology applied in the field of innovative financial services in India. The strategies of UK also help to Indian economy to grow further.

Keywords


Fintech, Strategies and Opportunities

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